The volatile oil is solid, or a stereoptène, and has been styled Myristicine.
Turpentine is a volatile oil from the sap of long-leaf pine.
Internally it has the typical actions of a volatile oil in marked degree.
In the process of drying and roasting, this volatile oil is engendered.
This consists of many different bodies, the most important of which is eucalyptol, a volatile oil, which constitutes about 70%.
The volatile oil from which this last preparation is made is frequently adulterated to a large extent.
A balsam is thus intermediate between a volatile oil and a resin.
It is also formed by the oxidation of the volatile oil of bitter almonds.
Keep the brush clean, and the volatile oil in the dipper clean, and then, oh!
(b) How may onions be peeled so as to keep off the fumes of their volatile oil?
volatile oil n.
A rapidly evaporating oil of plant derivation, especially an essential oil, that is capable of distillation and that does not leave a stain. Also called ethereal oil.